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Flawed and Fair ~ by Tehta

When Aredhel leaves Gondolin, Ecthelion is part of her escort. During the journey, he will have to deal with Finwe's grandchild, spitting Sindar, orcs, unlight, giant spiders -- and his unnatural feelings for Glorfindel. Slash, spiky humour.

 

Chapter List

Ch# Title # Words Updated
1 Victims of Lorien 2,666 30 Jan 13
2 A Little Gathering 4,564 30 Jan 13
3 Finwe's Grandchild 4,776 30 Jan 13
4 Brothers In Arms 5,014 30 Jan 13
5 The Incident 5,326 30 Jan 13
6 Athrabeth Glorfindel ah Ecthelion 5,667 30 Jan 13
7 Only Fair 5,418 30 Jan 13
8 EXTRAS -- Not an Actual Chapter 1,503 30 Jan 13
Appx. Word Count 34,934  

 

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Last Update: 23 Nov 05
Stories: 9
Type: Reader List
Created By: Dwimordene


Thanks to the marvel that is the mp3, there's rarely a perfectly silent moment in my conscious life. Whether it's someone else's annoying iPod or my own stuff, there's pop music aplenty and much repetition. This is where the trite and the literary meet. Read on, while I date myself (child of eighties and nineties), display my musical tastes for good or ill, cause cognitive dissonance, and perhaps recommend some stories.



Created for the HASA Playlist Challenge.

Why This Story?

'Gimme Shelter', by The Rolling Stones. Key lines: 'War, children, it’s just a shot away It’s just a shot away I tell you love, sister, it’s just a kiss away.'

 

Story Information

Author: Tehta

Status: Reviewed

Completion: Complete

Era: 1st Age

Genre: Humor

Rating: Adult

Last Updated: 03/14/05

Original Post: 01/27/04

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